Bibliography Different Formats For Resumes

Citing a book chapter in print

Structure:

Author, F. M. (Year of publication). Title of chapter. In F. M. Editor (Ed.), Title of Book (pp. xx-xx). Publisher City, State: Publisher.


Example:

Shuhua, L. (2007). The Night of Midautumn Festival. In J. S. M. Lau & H. Goldblatt (Eds.), The Columbia Anthology of Modern Chinese Literature (pp. 95-102). New York, NY: Columbia University Press.


Citing a book found online

Structure:

Author, F.M. (Year of Publication). Title of Chapter. In F. M. (Editor (Ed.), Title of Book [E-reader version, if used] (pp. xx-xx). doi:xxxxx or Retrieved from URL

Example:

Hettinger, N. (2012) Nature Restoration as a Paradigm for the Human Relationship with Nature. In A. Thompson & J. Bendik-Keymer (Eds.), Ethical Adaptation to Climate Change: Human Virtues of the Future (pp. 27-46). Retrieved from http://goog.gl/3v7lbn

 


Functional Résumé Sample

This style is one of the most commonly used résumé styles, and it works well for people who have had internships or cooperative experiences. This type of résumé highlights previous work experience that has given you background experience for the job you are seeking.

If you chose this résumé style, you might want to try listing the company name first if you have worked for a particularly prestigious company. Otherwise, listing the title first gives the employer a good sense of your work progress and duties. However, you should be consistent in using either title first or company first. You can also skip any jobs that do not apply, and you do not have to put the jobs in chronological order. It usually looks best to list the most important or impressive job first and work downward in importance regardless of the dates of employment.

Click on the "Media File" link in the orange box above this section to see the functional résumé sample.

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